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I did look into renting a core drill, but they...

I did look into renting a core drill, but they all seemed to be designed for cutting vertical cores and as far as I could tell they all required wetting, which would make a really big mess. (It's not...
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I already have a couple of hammer drills, but...

I already have a couple of hammer drills, but that doesn't seem like the right tool for this job. I also have a couple of air hammers with chisel bits, so making a hole in the wall is not a problem....
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Installing a dryer vent in a concrete block wall

The article on installing a dryer vent just says to cut a 4" hole in the wall with a hole saw, but the wall I need to cut that hole through is made out of concrete blocks. I've looked high and low...
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Maybe the "extreme heat" could explain the stuff...

Maybe the "extreme heat" could explain the stuff hanging from the lid, though I don't think 100 degrees is extreme. I look forward to days like that! I guess I've never frozen a can of paint, so I...
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Hmmm...

I went and got the TDS from the manufacturer's web site to see if it said anything about freezing. It does.



But then, right below that it says:



So it does have a shelf life, but it...
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It didn't look lumpy or anything. The only thing...

It didn't look lumpy or anything. The only thing that seemed unusual was that the drops that appeared to be hanging from the lid were partially semi-solid. I usually try to get most of the paint off...
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Question What's wrong with this paint?

Last weekend I painted a piece of wood with two coats of Zinsser Bull's Eye 1-2-3 Water-Base primer (White pigmented, styrenated acrylic waterbase primer-sealer stain blocker & bond coat.), following...
07-04-09, 03:15 PM
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That depends on your plumbing. Can you describe...

That depends on your plumbing. Can you describe where the water goes after it leaves the filter and what valves are involved?
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The trouble with sandblasting bricks is that...

The trouble with sandblasting bricks is that you'll break the glaze, allowing water to infiltrate the brick, and unless you live someplace where it never freezes, the bricks will delaminate in the...
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There are epoxy-based sealers available for...

There are epoxy-based sealers available for resurfacing pool decks. Try googling for pool deck epoxy sealant.
07-02-09, 03:47 PM
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Those are usually left-hand threads, meaning you...

Those are usually left-hand threads, meaning you turn them clockwise to loosen them. If you know which way the motor turns when it's running, you need to turn the shaft in the opposite direction...
06-28-09, 10:11 AM
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You do know that it's a left-hand thread, right?...

You do know that it's a left-hand thread, right? Most of them are, at least. You can always tell by which way the motor runs. They're always threaded in such a way that the normal operation of the...
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